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– and The McGinty Speech and Language Centre

"Let your light shine”, Matthew 5. 16

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Year 6 - Ash Class

Mrs Lyall's Quiz of the Week!

This afternoon we found a bit of 'spare' time to take part in the first Quiz of the Week for this year. 

The proud winners of week one - looking very pleased with themselves with a great score of 14 out of 27 - just beating the girls (who scored 13) to the winning position!

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A huge well done to Summer for being our Ash Class Learner of the Term for term 3. 

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Home Learning

Here are just a couple of examples of the excellent home learning received this week. 

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Visit from the Magistrates 

We have had a very informative afternoon finding out about the British legal system and learning that our actions always have consequences. The children expressed themselves excellently and asked some very thoughtful questions. There were a few surprised and sometimes shocked faces on hearing some of the consequences of making a wrong choice! 

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The children had a fun day yesterday dressed in their pyjamas all day - whilst remembering and raising money for the World Wildlife Fund to support koalas injured in the bushfires in Australia. 

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What a productive week we have had in Ash class!

I have been so impressed with the children's writing in class this week which is linked to our new class book, Floodland, by Marcus Sedgwick. Even though we are only a short way in to it,  they are all really engaged and looking forward to hearing the next chapter.  

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On Wednesday your child will have brought their 'light box' home - I hope they were able to explain clearly to you what they had been learning in science about light, eyes and how we see. 
Efforts in home learning have risen again this week with some excellent, creative pieces. If you are a bit stuck for ideas, have a look at these. 
 
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Well done to all those who have already handed in their first piece of home learning on our Rivers topic.  We have been very impressed with the creativity you have shown. If you are a bit stuck for ideas - here are a few examples. 

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Just in case you have misplaced your home learning sheet, here are the activities you can choose from. 

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Please could you ensure that PE kits are in school tomorrow (Tuesday) as we still have PE on a Tuesday afternoon. This term, weather permitting, we will be outside so joggers, jumper and outdoor shoes would be a good idea. 
We got straight back to work today completing a couple of tasks that we were unable to squeeze in last term due to all the Christmas activities.  This afternoon, the children made their WWII gas masks to go with the boxes made last term. There was a fair amount of tricky cutting and joining to do that needed to be accurate so concentration levels in the classroom were very high!  They all did an excellent job and I'm sure you will agree that they look great. 
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